Bulletin Vol. 2 No. 11 Jun 1966

T H E C H I N E S E U N I V E R S I T Y O F H O N G K O N G T H E U N I V E R S I T Y BULLETIN V O L U M E T W O J U N E 1 9 6 6 N U M B E R E L E V E N C O N T E N T S Page G ifts to the U n iv e r s it y ........................................ 1 Com ings and Goings ........................................ 1 U n iv e rs ity and College News in B r ie f ............ 2 Radio Programme on the U n iv e rs ity ............ 3 O b it u a r y .................................................................... 3 S tudy o f M o d e rn Languages ...................... 3 S taff Profiles ........................................................... 3 G IFTS TO THE UN IVERS ITY D o n a tio n by C A R E T h e U n iv e rs ity C o un cil confirm ed the acceptance o f tw o grants by C A R E th ro u g h the W o rld U n iv e rs ity Service to Chung C h i College and N ew Asia College fo r the purchase o f a q u a n tity o f science equipm ent. C hung C h i received H K $ 1 7 ,439.20, and N ew Asia $17,450.00. A grant to U n ite d College was reported in an earlier issue o f th is B u lle tin . Scholarship f o r Students o f Business A dm in is tra tio n T h e Rotary club o f H o n g K o n g has offered to th is U n iv e rs ity HK $ 30 ,0 00 fo r setting up a scholarship in m em ory o f one o f its members, the late M r. G .E . M arden. T h e sum w ill be invested and the proceeds the re from used to establish a scholarship fo r a student o f Business A dm in is tra tio n . Scholarships fo r Students o f Jo u rnalism T h e Sin Poh Amalgamated (H .K .) L im ite d has donated tw o and W ah K iu Y a t Po fo u r scholarships o f H . K $ 1,500 each annually fo r outstanding students stud ying in the D e pa rtm e n t o f Journalism o f N ew A sia College. G ifts to U n ite d College T h e C o un cil o f U n ite d College reported acceptance o f the fo llow in g gifts to the College: 611 copies o f periodicals donated by the L ib ra ry o f the U n iv e rs ity o f H o ng K on g , a grant o f US$740 from the M a ry E lizabeth W ood Foundation, 200 shares o f China L ig h t and Power Co. L td . by the members o f the M athem atics S tud y M o n o id . COMINGS AND GOINGS M r. N . Chitham paranathan, Associate General Secretary o f the W o rld U n iv e rs ity Service Secretarial at Geneva, Sw itzerland, M r. F u jita , Executive Secretary o f the W o rld U n iv e rs ity Service o f Japan, M rs . L.P . Gutang, D ire c to r o f the S tudent Counselling Service o f Far Eastern U n iv e rs ity , P h ilip pines, and M r. G utang visited C hung C h i College on M a y 5. T h e y exchanged views on questions o f student welfare w ith the advisers and members o f the C hung C h i Branch o f the H ong K o n g W o rld U n iv e rs ity Service. M r. H a ro ld H o, L e c tu re r in Social W o rk o f Chung C h i College, has been granted leave o f absence fo r about fo u r weeks to attend the annual Am erican N a tion a l Conference on Social W elfare to be held in Chicago from M a y 29 to June 3 and follow ed by a sem inar course on Social T rea tm en t o f Juvenile D e lin quents at the U n iv e rs ity o f Chicago. H e le ft Hong K o n g fo r Chicago on M a y 24 and is expected to re tu rn before the end o f June. D r. George H . A rmacost, President o f the U n iv e rs ity o f Redlands, visited Chung C h i College and addressed the College Assembly on M a y 20 on the subject T h e Challenge o f Education T o d a y ". M iss Lee H e i-M a n , L e c tu re r in Social W o rk o f Chung C h i College, w ill be representing the U n ive rsity as one o f the delegates from H o ng K o n g to attend the In te rn a tio n a l Congress o f Schools o f Social W o rk

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